Tester interview questions and answers are completely based on the interview I and my friends attended during last years of working experience as Quality Assurance Testers. These SQA questions and scenarios are based only on real experience and were asked during actual QA interviews. Therefore, QA Tester who is looking for a Quality Assurance job will greatly benefit from this. If you are the first time job seeker as a QA Tester, then it can help you even better. Finally, if you are plant to attend an interview, you have to know these questions and answers by heart and must be very smooth in answering these questions. Practice in front of the friends or just a mirror, speak loud and clear. Most of the time, when you study the questions, you feel fine and feel relaxed, but the reality is, at the time of the actual interview, even though you feel you have the knowledge, cannot express it well. It may sound a little rough, but this is everyone’s hard experience. When you come out the interview door, you are deeply regretted. If you cannot remember these by heart, believe me, it may not work. Readers are welcome to post own questions and answers to the following SQA interview questions.

QA Manager interview questions: do we need a software QA Team?

How would you convince upper management that company needs a formal QA testing team? It is one of the common interview questions for QA Engineer with 5 years of experience or QA Manager. How would you explain that software quality would not improve if the company get rid of QA team? It sounds like a wonderful idea, instead of making the testers responsible for quality, assign the responsibility squarely on the backs of the software developers producing the software.

Developing amazing applications isn't the same as testing them, but as an experienced QA Tester, I would rather have a developers testing application than the testers who can just plainly submit bug reports. QA team needs to build quality into software development life cycle. The bug in software design is fifteen times cheaper to fix than a bug in code. QA productivity is really hard to measure. If QA team is doing testing right, everything just happens smoothly, but if the testers mess up even a little, everyone knows about it.

To be successful, QA teams must create test plans, create test harnesses, create test cases and use testing tools. QA should ensure whether the application code is effectively delivering on the business requirements provided. The developers should unit test their own code and deliver "perfectly good code", while QA testers should deliver "code that actually addresses business needs". For a company that makes software applications, a rock-solid QA department is absolutely irreplaceable.

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Anonymous said...

Can someone please post situational/behavioral questions with answers for a Sr.QA?

Common QA Tester interview questions